Texas A&M Baseball: Another rough road trip for Aggies at Georgia

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Game 2: Georgia defeats Texas A&M 3-0 (Full Box)

The Aggies bats were nowhere to be found Friday night as Georgia claimed the series win with a 3-0 shutout of Texas A&M. Managing only two hits all night, Texas A&M really struggled with the Bulldogs starter Emerson Hancock early on and the Georgia relievers held the Aggies in check.

Braden Shewamke and Chris Andritsos were the only Aggies to reach base on hits. Hunter Coleman also reached base twice via walks. To make matters worse, Michael Helman’s 20 game his streak came to an end as he went 0-for-4 at the plate.

John Doxakis received his first loss of the year after earning four wins in four starts. Overall, Doxakis pitched well but allowed three runs on eight hits in his six innings of work. Cason Sherrod had a great two innings in relief, only allowing one hit, one walk and struck out four. It was a really odd game for Texas A&M. Personally, it has been a while since I’ve seen an Aggie Baseball team held in check like the Georgia pitching staff did.